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hum aise soe bhi kab the hamein jaga late

hum aise soe bhi kab the hamein jaga late
kuchh ek KHwab to shab-KHun se bacha late

ziyan to donon tarah se hai apni miTTi ka
hum aab late ki apne liye hawa late

pata jo hota ki niklega chand jaisa kuchh
hum apne sath sitaron ko bhi uTha late

hamein yaqin nahin tha KHud apni rangat par
hum is zamin ki hatheli pe rang kya late

bas aur kuchh bhi nahin chahta tha main tum se
zara si chiz thi duniya kahin chhupa late

hamare azm ki shiddat agar samajhni thi
to is safar mein koi saKHt marhala late

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We learnt the creed at Hungerford,
We learnt the creed at Bourke;
We learnt it in the good times

A darting fear—a pomp—a tear—
A waking on a morn
To find that what one waked for,
Inhales t

Gaye Dinon Ki Azeez Baatain Nigaar Subhen, Gulaab Raatain,,
Bisaat-e-Dil Bhe Ajeeb Shay Hai Hazaar

Stanza (7)

Hum Jo Jeete The To Jnagon Ki Musibat Ke Liye
Aur Merte The Tere Naam Ki Azmat Ke Liy

Kuch Nahi To Yehi Be-Naam Sa Bandhan Hota

Kaash Me Tere Haseen Hath Ka Kangan Hota...

ORPHEUS with his lute made trees
And the mountain tops that freeze
Bow themselves when he did

Chale Aao Wafa Ki Ek Nayi Tajdeed Karte Hain

Tum Chaand Ban Jao Hum phir Se Eid Karte Hain...

Kuch Apney Lab-o-Lehjay Ko Tabdeel to Karta,
Phir Hum Sey Beyan Ranj Ki Tafseel to Karta,

Yak

Ye Pehle hijar Ka Kissa Hai, ,
Go Aaj Ke Din Ki Baat Nahi, ,
Kuch Umer Bhi Thi Dewano Si, ,
Kuch

Kabhi Toota Nahi Mere Dil Se Teri Yaad Ka Rishta,

Guftugu Ho Na Ho Khayal Tera Hi Rehta Hai...

Aayi hai ab yaad kya raat ik beete saal ki,
Yehi havaa thi baagh mei yehi sadaa gharriyaal ki,
Meh

Use Pana Use Khona, Usi Ke Hijr Mein Rona,

Yehi Gar Ishq Hai ‘Mohsin’ To Ham Tanha Hi Ache H

شوق ہر رنگ رقیب سر و ساماں نکلا
قیس تصویر کے پردے میں بھ

WO Khayal Tha Koi Dhanak Numa, Ya Koi Aks Tha Mere RU_BA_RU
JO Mujhe Hr Taraf Se Tu Laga, Ya Koi A

Yeh mazaaq hy meri zaat se
Ya riwaaj hy tere sheher ka..

Kabi is taraf kabi us taraf
Kia miz

Baadshah Tere Asaab Pe Taari Main Thi,
Wo Bhi Din Thay K Teri RaaJ-kumaari Main Thi.

Ye Bhi Su

As a man and woman make
a garden between them like
a bed of stars, here
they linger in the summer

Kon Tole Ga Hiroon Mein Ab Hamare Ansoo Faraz ?
Woh Jo Ik Dard Ka Tajir Tha DukaN Choor Geya...

There were others; their bodies
were a preparation.
I have come to see it as that.

As a steam o

مسجد کے زیرِ سایہ خرابات چاہیے
بھَوں پاس آنکھ قبلۂِ حا

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